Officers from Texas tried to show that they are human too with an unofficial lip sync battle over the past few months.
The latest addition to the contest is said to be the best performance yet: Harris County Constable Deputy Madison Sperry and her dog, Quelle.
Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. The adorable footage can be seen below.
Sperry chose Baha Men's "Who Let The Dogs Out," and Quelle chipped in for the chorus every time Sperry sang "who, who, who?"
The video was shared on K9s4Cops, a nonprofit organization that "purchases dogs for agencies across the country" and have placed more than 150 K9 units.
Sperry also told reporters that her beloved Quelle is a spokesdog for the organization and can often be seen in their social posts and campaigns.
Quelle, a 6-year-old Belgian Malinois, definitely won hearts the world over as her video had been viewed more than 9.4 million times.
The post was also shared 220,000 times and received more than 144,000 likes. K9s4Cops said in the caption:
"[Lip sync battle] continues, this time with one of our own, K9 Quelle let the big dogs out on this one! Good job HOUSTON!"
Another contender for the unofficial title of "best lip-syncing pooch" is the K9 Fox with his handler, Officer Hepler. Fox is also a K9s4COPS ambassador.
Hepler starts the show by singing the first verse of Mercy Me's "I Can Only Imagine," and his beloved companion takes part in the first segment of the video.
Officers have strong bonds with their K9's, as can be seen when 7-year-old Bruno was reunited with his partner, Officer RJ Young.
Bruno was shot while on duty, but even a gunshot wound point blank didn't deter him from rushing back to Young's side.
Young told reporters that his "entire world came tumbling down in the matter of a second," but thankfully Bruno pulled through.
Once Bruno recovered from the shattered jaw, he was reunited with Officer Young, and the beautiful moment was caught on film. Read the full account here.